If you mean William Shakespeare then the theatre was called the Globe.
the eagle eye theatre. it was called this because it had a place in the theatre called eagle view
There is no theatre called "the William Shakespeare Theatre". There is a theatre in London called "Shakespeare's Globe Theatre" which was built in 1996.
the Globe Theatre.
It is the Globe theatre
The backstage of the Globe Theatre is called the Tiring room.
What was Shakespeare's theatre company originally called
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I have not heard of, and cannot find a reference to a theatre called "William Shakespeare Theatre" which is odd, considering how important Shakespeare was to the theatre. There is a theatre called the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon which was so named in 1961. It replaced an earlier theatre called the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre which burned down March 6, 1926.
As it was a theatre in-the-round and made of timber
An extra hand of cards is called the "kitty".
A film extra is sometimes called a background actor.
No. However the modern replica Globe Theatre is called Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
The man who created the Globe Theatre, was called Theodore Alexis Lois. The theatre was built in 1611.
Since March 2002, the Academy Awards have been held at what is now called the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. It originally was called the Kodak Theatre.
In the this sentence, You called the theatre about tickets but they didn't answer, has an incorrect reference. "They" currently refers back to tickets.To avoid repeating "theatre" twice, rewrite the whole sentence.You called about tickets, but the theatre didn't answer.
In the theatre you watch so....
The name of the recreated theatre from Shakespeare's time in London is called the Globe Theatre.
If you sat in an Elizabethan Theatre, it would be called sitting in the yard. The audience was also referred to as the groundlings.
The Canon Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada has been renamed the Ed Mirvish Theatre. This theatre was also called Pantages Theatre, Imperial Theatre and Imperial Six.
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Anyone who could afford to pay the extra money to sit in the galleries could have a seat, and for an extra penny, they could sit on a cushion.
they were called the pourporous